Welcome to the UNTD Association of Canada

Celebrating the Military and Civilian Contributions of Participants in Canadian Naval Reserve Officer Training Programs


Time to fall in one more time!

Get ready for the 100th Anniversary of the
Canadian Naval Reserve in 2023

UNTD Association of Canada Now Includes All

Naval Reserve Officers and Cadets


What’s in it for you?

Reconnect or maintain connections with classmates
Enjoy periodic newsletters
Find vintage yearbooks, articles and other publications on the website
Stay informed of local and national Naval events
Keep up-to-date with plans for 2023

What do we expect from you?

Let us know who you are so we can make sure you’re counted in. NOTE: Your personal information will not be made public. You will only receive occasional newsletters and emails from us unless you indicate otherwise.

 What’s a UNTDA Member?

The UNTDA is over 30 years old, but it was only in 2010 that a serious effort was made  to reconstruct a comprehensive (1943 – 1968) Nominal List  of UNTD personnel as well as  non-UNTDs who were closely associated with the Program.  In 2014 the scope of the Nominal List was expanded to include all NavRes Cadets from the post-Unification Programs up to the present day. The Nominal List now stands at over 10,000 names. Anyone who has been a member of  the Canadian Naval Reserve can join the Association. In addition, anyone who is a supporter of the Canadian Naval Reserve and, in particular, partnerships with Canadian universities to train Naval Reserve Officers may also become members. The Association has several categories of membership :

Active members – are dues paying. This is the only category of member that is entitled to vote at the AGM

Passive members – are those who wish to remain on the nominal list for the historical record and to receive periodic mailings

Private members – are like Passive members except that they do not wish their names published or to receive mailings

Associate members – are those  who have been associated with Naval Reserve Officer training in some way. They can choose to be either Active or Passive.

Honorary members – are those who have been recognized by the Association for exemplary service to the Navy.

Only Active Members pay dues. It is up to the individual to choose which category of membership best suits their needs. But if you want to support the UNTD program’s worthiness, recognize its contribution to our citizenship, and to our collective memories of character-building service in the Royal Canadian Navy, then you will choose to be, or remain, an Active Member. The schedule of dues is very modest, as follows:

1 Year – $25.00 | 2 Years – $47.50 | 3 Years – $70.00

Payment can be made in 2 ways:

1. Email the appropriate amount to Dues@UNTD.org OR

2. Send a cheque payable to the UNTD Association of Canada care of:

Ross Connell
217 Willowridge Court
Oakville, ON L6L 5J1

Page last revised December, 2020

Nominal Interactive List

VIP Interactive List

Honorary Life Members

Rear Admiral Kenneth J Summers
(ret’d) OMM MiD BStar (USA) MB(Bahrain) KAAM(Saudi Arabia) LKM1stC (Kuwait) CD MSC

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The Naval Reserve Association of Canada/L’Association de la Réserve navale du Canada

Privacy Statement/Déclaration de confidentialité

The Naval Reserve Association of Canada collects and maintains a file of names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses, for the purpose of facilitating contact between members. The information may be shared with any member wishing to organize a reunion, or to make personal contact with another member, upon receiving a commitment that the information will not be sold or released to any other person or organization and will not be used for anything other than official NRAC business without the express permission of the member(s) whose information may be shared.

L'Association de la Réserve navale du Canada recueille et maintient un fichier de noms, adresses, numéros de téléphone et adresses électroniques, dans le but de faciliter les contacts entre les membres. Les renseignements peuvent être partagés avec tout membre souhaitant organiser une réunion, ou établir un contact personnel avec un autre membre, avec l'engagement que ces renseignements ne seront pas vendus ou divulgués à une autre personne ou organisation, et ne seront pas utilisés, sauf que pour les affaires officielles de l’ARNC ou avec l'autorisation expresse du ou des membres avec qui ces renseignements sont partagés.